Grateful Dead Live at Alligator Alley Gym - University of Florida on 1980-11-29
Alabama Getaway ->
The Promised Land
New Minglewood Blues
Mama Tried ->
Lost Sailor ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
Don't Ease Me In
Shakedown Street ->
Estimated Prophet ->
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Stella Blue ->
(FOB) Beyer M-160 -> Cassette Master -> Alesis Masterlink -> CD supplies:
Truckin' (4:38 - 4:56)
Good Lovin' (5:17 - 5:29)
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Thanks to Bob Wagner for lending me his masters
-- Patch source recorded by Jim Wise (shnid=2409)
Subject: (night after) 15th Trip Around the Sun
Subject: Energy Driven Masterpiece!
Subject: stellar 80'
Subject: Great audience recording
Subject: This Seminoles Loves Alligator Alley!
On 11/29/80, I was 16 years old and a Junior in high school living in Jacksonville, FL about 75 miles from Gainesville. I had never heard of the Grateful Dead so this show was completely off of my radar. I had just seen AC/DC Back in Black Tour and was getting ready for Rossington-Collins Band in Jax on Jan. 3, 1981...growing up in Jax, it was all about Lynyrd Skynyrd and southern rock. This show is at the top of my "shoulda woulda coulda" been at Grateful Dead shows from the early-mid 1980s. The first set is chock full of well played material of that era, and the Shakedown>Franklin's 2nd set opener is a jammed out, one of a kind segue sequence spectacular!
This show and this source have long been one of my all-time favorite audience recordings. My only question is, how far apart were the mics because the mix is perfect?!
My compliments to Bob Wagner, Jim Wise, Charlie Miller and anyone else involved with this incredible FOB sweet spot sensation! I also must tip my cap to the Oade Brothers from Thomasville, GA and their contributions to taping technological advances.
From a latter day Grateful taper to the pioneers of taping, thank you gentlemen for creating near perfection with this gem! Go Seminoles!
Tim Cox FSU, Class of 1986
Subject: I've Been There
Subject: I Was There
Subject: Alligator Alley Gym/Florida Gym or Stephen C. O'Connell Center
Subject: I was there
Subject: Tasty Aud and show to boot...
Subject: One of the best Aud's
Subject: This is one of my favorite auds on the Archive,
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